12th LICHTSPIELKLUB SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

12th LICHTSPIELKLUB
SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
17th–23rd Jan 2019
Sputnik Kino, Acudkino,
City Kino Wedding
HAU Hebbel am Ufer &
Kino Zukunft



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Film still: WOR


Wed 23.01. 20:00 / Sputnik Kino


"What's Up, Doc?" Documentaries at British Shorts 2007–2018

Documentary / Experimental / Animation / Comedy

A selection of thrilling, very entertaining and impressive documentaries from British Shorts editions 2007–2018.


Directed By Tweedie (Documentary), R.: Duncan Cowles, 16:00 Min.
As granddad ‘Tweedie’ reluctantly takes up his new role as a filmmaker, we’re invited to examine the joys and difficulties of communication between the generations.

Black Sheep (Documentary), R.: Christian Cerami, 16:00 Min.
Black Sheep follows two brothers from the North of England and their adolescent curiosity for the right-wing EDL.

31 (Documentary/Experimental), R.: Hilow, 2:20 Min.
London's Trellick Tower is one of the most recognisable Brutalist buildings in the UK. This film opens up the building and bridges two complementary cultures, skateboarding and architecture.

Art For Lawyers (Documentary/Animation), R.: Rory Waudby-Tolley, 9:00 Min.
An animation filmmaker is part of an artist in residence programme of an international law firm. But what shall he do there?

Polaris (Documentary), R.: Chico Pereira, 14:35 Min.
The daily routine of Philippine deep-sea fishermen in Scotland.

Scandinavia Café (Documentary), R.: Julia Elger, 4:50 Min.
A short portrait of a Cafe in Luton’s High Town, its customers, laughter, dance and Elvis.

WOR (Documentary/Music Video), R.: Jim Demuth, 4:49 Min.
A music video about funfair stunt riders in India.

Life Inside Islamic State (Documentary/Animation), R.: Scott Coello, 17:00 Min.
Animated documentary about the experiences of an Arabic activist in the Syrian city of Raqqa after Jihadist took over, as told to the BBC Radio 4 Today's Mike Thomson.

Pickle (Documentary/Animation), R.: Amy Nicholson, 15:00 Min.
Pickle is an ode to man's capacity to care for all creatures throughout their sometimes greatly protracted existence until their occasionally sudden and unfortunate demise.